WYKKED WYTCH: New Demo Tracks Posted Online

Florida's WYKKED WYTCH have uploaded two demo tracks that are set to be included on the band's forthcoming album, tentatively titled "The Awakening". Check out the songs "The Awakening" and "Beneath Our Skin" at www.myspace.com/wykkedwytch.

The tracks were recorded last month at Redroom Recorders in Tampa, FL with engineer Mark Prator (MORBID ANGEL, DEICIDE, OBITUARY) and mastered by Jim Morris (DEATH, ICED EARTH) at Morrisound.

"We are currently shopping the material to interested labels and CD samplers of the new songs will be available on our tour with DEICIDE in Europe next month," the band write in a press release.

"Our current plans are to finish out the year supporting our current album 'Nefret', which was released last year on Demolition Records, and then go into the studio in early 2006 to record our fourth album."

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